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"They were very idealistic and simpleminded teachings, of course; yet for society, they were absolutely true credos."
"The jammed sword was excruciatingly painful, but it was the wounds on his back that were killing him."
"Whatever troubles they had encountered the night before were now in the past."
"They weren't lush, green summertime plants ? either, but rather brown-hued bushes and shrubs, wet-looking yet dry to the touch."
"They were all random acts, they concluded, having nothing more plausible to attribute it to."
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